50th Anniversary Celebration Dinner

November 7th, 2015 § 2 comments § permalink

Balloon Bouquet with Divine Twine Tassels

August 5th, 2014 § 17 comments § permalink

Whether used as a simple centerpiece, arc or festive balloon ceiling, balloons are the quintessential touch to any party. Design Team Member Savannah O’Gwynn, puts her fun and creative spin on decorating with balloons. Using several shades of Divine Twine, she crafts lovely tassels then strings them to the base of each balloon giving white balloons a fresh and airy look perfect for her outdoor party. Simply change the balloon or twine colors to suit the mood or theme for your party!



Divine Twine – Assorted colors
Small Beads for making tassels
Golf Tees

For a how-to link for making these tassels and to see other creations by Savannah, check out her blog at savannahland2.blogspot.com.

~ Cheers!

Bride and Groom Bitty Bags

July 8th, 2014 § 1 comment § permalink

Hi friends!  Today, I have a gorgeous project from design team member Rachel McAffee to share with you.  Rachel made the most earthy yet elegant gift bags for her friends who are getting married.  This is such a lovely idea for a rustic wedding!  She flicked a little paint on a couple Shield Kraft Middy Bitty bags and then paired them with some Silver Metallic Divine Twine.  The earthy kraft and the elegant silver makes such a wonderful balance on this project!  These bags would be a stunner at any outdoor function!


DSC_0528 Supplies:
Shield Kraft Middy Bitty Bags
Silver Metallic Divine Twine
Cream Paint
Mini Clothespin
Patterned Paper
Evergreen Sprig

For more of Rachel’s amazing work, check out her blog: Fawn.

Divine Twine Bracelet

July 1st, 2014 § 3 comments § permalink

Hi friends!  Today, I have a fun project from design team member Savannah O’Gwynn to share with you.  Savannah made this super cute bracelet using Solid Divine Twine.  This is a great way to jazz up any plain bracelet that you have in your collection.  Also, since this bracelet is achieved by tying knots of Divine Twine to the bracelet, you can have your kids do it.  There’s no hot glue or chemicals needed.  You can create different designs and if you mess up, you can just unwrap it and start over.
Solid Divine Twine (Yellow, Orange, Light Pink, Coral)
Plain Bracelet (plastic, wood)

For more of photos and info of this project, check out her post HERE.


Just for You Bitty Bag

June 24th, 2014 § 1 comment § permalink

Hi friends!  Today, I have a gorgeous project from design team member Heather Pulvirenti to share with you.  Heather made this stunning gift bag with a coordinating tag.  She shows how you can emboss on our Colored Tags to add a lot of impact to a project.  She also shows how well our Pink Colored Tags go with Coral Divine Twine.  This color combination is so fresh and crisp.  Who wouldn’t want to receive this beautiful gift?  It’s just a few steps and your recipient will feel so special!

Gray Polka Dot Middy Bitty Bag
Pink Large Colored Tag
Coral Divine Twine
Stamps and Ink
Embossing Powder and Heat Gun
Enamel Dots

For more of Heather’s beautiful work, check out her blog: Witty Title Here.

Painted Bitty Bag Favors

June 17th, 2014 § 2 comments § permalink

Hi friends!  Today, I have a delightful project from design team member Landee Anderson to share with you.  Landee made these favor bags for a party that have each of the guest’s initials on them.  She masked off the initial and painted over it then peeled the vinyl off.  The paint gives this project so much dimension and each person is going to feel so special that their bag will have their initial.  You could also use this technique to add the birthday girl/boy’s initial to the bags or a monogram or even numbers for a big birthday or a special anniversary.  Landee even has a free printable on her blog for you if you’d like to recreate these bags!

Painted Party Favor Bags from landeelu

Polka Dot Middy Bitty Bags
Solid Divine Twine
Petite Stickys
Vinyl Letters
Acrylic Paint and Paintbrush
Free Printable Tags from Landee
Small Hole Punch

For more information about this project and to download the FREE printable, check out Landee’s post HERE.

Summer Time Party Ensemble

June 10th, 2014 § 2 comments § permalink

Hi friends!  Today, I have a project from design team member Rachel McAffee to share with you.  Rachel made this super cute summer time party ensemble.  What a fun way to celebrate the start of summer vacation or any summer time party!  Our Glassine Bags are perfect for presenting colors favors and treat because you get a peek at what’s inside.  And the little pompom banners are a darling accent to any party.  The bright colors are perfect for a summer or even a rainbow themed party.  The Petite Stickys add the perfect touch of pattern and whimsy. DSC_0601 DSC_0617

Favor Bags
Glassine Middy Bags
Card Stock Cut Outs
Enamel Dots

Pompom Banner
Cherry Divine Twine
Lemon Divine Twine
Green Apple Divine Twine
Aqua Divine Twine
Purple Plum Divine Twine
Stripe Petite Stickys
Polka Dot Petite Stickys
Chevron Petite Stickys

For more photos and info on this project, check out Rachel’s post HERE.

Birthday Gift Package Bag

June 7th, 2014 § 3 comments § permalink

Hi friends!  Today, I have a project from design team member Thuy Bui to share with you.  Thuy made this lovely gift package to hold a card and gift card for a birthday.  This is such a pretty and festive way to present a gift card rather than just the plain little envelopes they usually come in.  Thuy also personalized the front by adding a photo.  Isn’t that a cute idea?


Brown Kraft Bag
Navy Solid Divine Twine
Patterned Paper
Photo, Card, and Gift

For more of Thuy’s work, check out her blog: My Paper Pinwheel.

Father’s Day Bitty Bag

June 3rd, 2014 § 2 comments § permalink

Hi friends!  Today, I have a fun project from design team member Savannah O’Gwynn to share with you.  Savannah made this cute Father’s Day card and packaged it in one of our Bitty Bags.  Savannah thought of the super fun idea of using Post It note tape to close the Bitty Bag shut.  She stamped on the tape to customize it and make it match the card.  This is such a clever way to personalize something while using such a functional product!  The recipient could reuse the bag if they wanted to or if you added some candy or a snack inside they could reseal it.  The Solid Divine Twine is a fabulous pop of color and the fun knot makes it masculine.



White Chevron Middy Bitty Bag
Orange Solid Divine Twine
Post It Tape
Stamp and Ink

For more information on this project, check out Savannah’s post HERE.

Stitching With Metallic Divine Twine

May 29th, 2014 § 2 comments § permalink

Hi friends!  Today, I’m sharing a card I made with some Metallic Divine Twine.  I wanted to give you some tips on how to stitch with Divine Twine on paper.  This technique is great for cards and scrapbook pages.  First, you’ll need to use a large needle since Divine Twine is a lot thicker than thread.  I like to stitch on card stock so I know that it won’t rip as I’m stitching.  My other tip is to use a paper piercer to make your holes large.  This will make it much easier to pull your Divine Twine through the paper.  You can stitch anything you want like words, flowers, and all sorts of designs.
DSC_4431sm copy
For more of my work, you can check out my blog: Heart Hugs Designs.

Where Am I?

You are currently browsing entries tagged with bakers twine at Whisker Graphics.